Hotel Deutsche Eiche
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... It was foodie heaven.
Cheryl and I walked around and found a number of stalls were selling Christmas ornaments. Score! That didn't take long for us to find. We found a couple nice ornaments, but decided to wait until then next day to buy in case we found some better ornaments at Octoberfest.
We took in all of the food stalls and finally settled on a soup kitchen that appared to be the most popular place there. It had been in business since 1981 and the line ...
"But she’s touching his chest now
He takes off her dress now
Let me go
And I just can’t look its killing me
And taking control
Jealousy, turning saints into the sea
Swimming through sick lullabies
Choking on your alibis
But it’s just the price I pay
Destiny is calling me..."
... inside it. We were a bit disappointed, but thought going up the hill to it would probably be sufficient. We got up there and were happy with the castle as it was amazing. I never thought I would get the opportunity to see one of this size and magnificence. Some people refer to this as the Disney castle as it is the one that it is based on. That’s what I am going with anyways. :P After checking out the exterior we devised a plan and I ran through the exit door up 10 flights ...
... that planks of wood could be used to shape and stabilise the wave. These planks are "hung" in the flow, suspended via ropes attached to the bridge arches. This practice started around the year 2000 and since then surfing the wave has become more and more popular.
It was well worth the effort and the walk also showed us many more sights at night than we would otherwise have seen.
After that, it was dinner at the local restaurant downstairs and bed. A long but rewarding ...
We did not have a lot of time this morning before heading off on the bus to Munich and back to the excitement of Oktoberfest. On the way we had a 2 hour stop over in the beautiful, small island village of Lindau. This is surrounded by a lake and is a popular day stop for tourists. We were given a while to explore and enjoy the sun before hopping back on the bus. We arrived in Munich around 5pm ...